Last week we visited Cape Greco - the headland on the south-eastern point of Cyprus. It's somewhere we have taken everyone who has come to visit as it gives such amazing views.
Cape Greco is a national park and covers 385 hectares. One of the few buildings in the park is a small chapel dedicated to Agios Anagryoi. It's here that Leo had his very first taste of ice cream last year (usually an ice cream van in the car park in season - they're not daft!)
Just behind the church some steps lead to a hermits sea cave which is mentioned in local legends, it's very popular for swimming from.
I love the tranquillity of the area and the fact that it always makes me feel like I'm on holiday when I go there as it just doesn't feel like it could be somewhere that I only live 20 minutes from.
|A natural bridge.|
I imagine it would be even more peaceful to visit without having to stop toddler running around and throwing himself off the edge!
|This bench is calling me... to sit and chill|
You can see other places we've been on my Discovering Cyprus page
This post is also part of The Gallery over at Sticky Fingers - the prompt this week is 'Chilled Out'